Homeland Security Information Technology

Get the low down on the history, legal guidelines and lessons learned in terrorism and counter-terrorism investigation in the U.S. You’ll learn about different types of intelligence-gathering methods and how to use basic analytic tools to generate ideas, organize information and make predictions using structured analysis techniques.

WORK IN MANY AREAS, INCLUDING

  • private business and industry
  • criminal justice agencies
  • federal, state or local intelligence

PREPARE FOR A CAREER AS AN

  • entry-level business intelligence analyst
  • entry-level criminal intelligence analyst
  • entry-level homeland security analyst
  • entry-level foreign intelligence analyst

Associate of science in homeland security information technology

  • InfraGard Northern Ohio Chapter, student membership in conjunction with the SSC High Technology Crime Investigation Association